Asphalt handling accounts for 2 percent of Sweden's carbon dioxide emissions. There is now new technology that reduces emissions.
A project on reuse of furniture to reduce Sweden's furniture production, which costs SEK 23 billion annually and large quantities of non-recycled raw material.
A project on how we can reduce the strain on the stocks in our seas through sustainable and circular fish feed.
Power line corridors can provide habitats for a large number of species and regular clearing has in some places created meadow-like environments for plants, butterflies and bees.
Each house heated with district heating contributes to reducing the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by six to seven tons per year.
There is a clear connection between physical activity and performance in school. But how do we get the students to be more physically active?
Every year, 30 billion tonnes of concrete are used in the world, contributing about 6 per cent of the world's carbon dioxide emissions. A national strategy is needed.
Social planners are helped to determine which efforts are needed to plan for a socially sustainable society.
A method that cleans the drainage water from unwanted substances and contributes to the solution to one of the city's waste problems - the management of organic waste products
A group that is particularly difficult to be physically active is pupils with neuropsychiatric disabilities. Projektet FUN develops digital aids that help them.
Read about the project that will help law enforcement authorities to investigate threats, violations and harassment of groups or individual individuals
How can you make the use of surface, recycling and sharing of goods and services more efficient, and lower the threshold in the housing market?
A project focusing on providing consumers with easily accessible information about their food purchases.
How do you create an urban environment where people take care of nature, so that nature can take care of the people?
The Södertörn model visualises statistics and links it to geographical areas. A tool for how a municipality can follow up its sustainability work.
Lead patients are patients with life-changing illness who develop strategies and methods to maximise their wellness
Vinnova invests in collaborative projects for innovative solutions that contribute to achieving the sustainability goals in Agenda 2030
Every year, I Sverige throws about 70,000 tonnes of textiles straight into the barrel for combustible waste. This project wants to change that.
I Sverige is estimated to pay SEK 50 million annually. Smart workwear can significantly reduce the problem.
Read about the project POPFREE that has as objective to phase out the health and environmental fluorinated substances in consumer products, including waxes.
Read more about the project Platinea, which aims to improve accessibility and use of antibiotics through broad collaboration!
Climate-neutral concrete industry, electric passenger transport and coal storage in agricultural land are some of 54 new project within sustainability that Vinnova invests in
Read more about how to increase productivity and reduce soil impact and improve the working environment with self-controlling forest machines.